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The National Bowl

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November 26, 2019
Developed in the 1970’s the National Bowl in Milton Keynes is a world renowned music venue and event arena that has hosted some of the worlds biggest music acts. Recently bought by Pete Winkelman to develop as a football training and music venue and looking forward to many more live bands! The…
November 15, 2016
Fantastic open air concert venue less than 12 miles away. The Chilles and Kings of Leon have played here and the Electric Daisy Festival will be here in July
February 15, 2016
Open-air concert venue
Joanna & Nick
Joanna & Nick
October 6, 2015
The National Bowl. Concerts and huge events. - 10 mins drive -
June 9, 2015
The National Bowl is an entertainment venue in Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, England. They host concerts in the summer and sporting events .

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“Modern European fresh food concept. Independent owners with decades of well-known brand experience. Well respected for it's food. Premium Casual. - 5 mins -”
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Shopping Plaza
“Easy parking. Very good variety of shops, including Marks and Spencer, chain restaurants plus Odeon Cinema. Can get very busy on occasions but quiet during the week.”
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“Very close by. Easy to get to by either car, taxi or push bike. Walkable too.”
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Soccer Stadium
“Opened on 29th November 2007 by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, Stadium MK is a 30,530 seat stadium in Milton Keynes, and home to MK Dons Football club. Stadium MK is also home to a 3,420m2 indoor arena, Marshall Arena; and MK Dons Sport & Education Trust. Great venue whether you like football, music or are exhibiting or attending an exhibition. ”
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Bus Station
“The Milton Keynes Coachway is interchange close to junction 14 of the M1 Motorway on the eastern edge of Milton Keynes, north Buckinghamshire, England. It supports coach services to cities, towns and airports on the M1 and on into Scotland, to Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted and Luton airports, as well as the east-west route to Oxford and Cambridge, and interchange between these services. There are also local bus services and nearby, a park and ride site. It is the second busiest coach station in the United Kingdom. Dating from 1989, it was the first of the UK's Coachway interchanges.”
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